The major studios, which have become masters at carving out additional ancillary-market windows for their theatrical movies, may have stumbled across a new one: pay-per-view redux.
Pax TV, the nascent family-oriented TV network, has signed a cable carriage deal with Cox Communications to get the network's programming lineup into San Diego, Las Vegas and Omaha, cities with no…
In an effort to build consumer interest in digital television, CBS announced Thursday it would broadcast four NFL games live in high-definition format beginning with the Nov. 8 Buffalo Bills-New York…
The cutthroat competition for viewers in cable has dealt some staggering blows to such high-visibility off-network series as "ER" on TNT, which is averaging only a 1.4 rating in cable homes, and…
Move over, Monica. Veteran producer Dick Wolf ("Law and Order") is in talks to create a new drama for the WB netlet about Washington interns.
Although the merger between Ticketmaster Multimedia Holdings and CitySearch Inc. was completed only earlier this week, the resulting entity has already filed an initial public offering.
Digging into its vault of classic horror films, Universal Pictures has teamed with George Lucas' Industrial Light and Magic to produce an untitled CGI-animated feature based on the studio's nearly…
Imax has inked deals with two companies for eight Imax theaters in Europe, the large-format film company announced Thursday.
Gore Verbinski, whose directorial debut "Mousehunt" was a hit for DreamWorks, has inked to navigate "Mission to Mars" for Disney.
EchoStar chairman Charlie Ergen despaired Thursday that his efforts to offer a package of local TV channels via satellite "has gone down in flames again on Capitol Hill."
Veteran film publicist Jeremy Walker is ankling Dennis Davidson Associates to rejoin Clein + White as senior vice president on Nov. 1.